This week on Cargo

CN/019 — Nov 28 2017

The web is a network. Its destiny has not been settled yet. It could be a giant digital plain of gossipy, crushingly corporate, bureaucratic sprawl, or — a place where individuals propagate the inexhaustible, algorithmic folds with glittering, rich projects. Take for example Julien Béneyt and Florent Auclair’s scholarly yet voluptuous architectural journal — here, a node that is worthy of the network. In short, more output — less input! 😘

In Use

Explore the best applications of the Cargo Platform.


Outstanding works from Cargo Members


Our Instagram feed featuring prime output from Cargo members

Hansje van Halem 
Irena Fabri
Bryan Chazalette  
Marloes Haarmans  


The latest tools, improvements and modifications

Site Menu Customization

Well I guess it’s true — the squeaky wheel gets the grease. You can now customize the look & feel of the default Cargo Site Menu. To access, open Site Menu in the Design Tab and click on the blue Edit CSS link at the bottom.


Choices incidental, uncalculated and correct

Words and semiologies are so many lines drawn in the sand. To know what something is, is to pretend to know what something is — a relationship, a flower, outer space, whatever. Learn to revel in the indeterminate — and don’t be afraid to start over. 
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Images: Albert York